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To: Kellogg Elementary School
Attn: Kim Bruzzese, Principal
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I will be 50 next year and my children are already grown. But I’ve never forgotten my home school of Kellogg. I don’t have grandchildren yet, but I pray for all our children that there will be an answer soon to keep our children safe.
Thank you very much for all you do for our children.
Thank you from the staff at Kellogg school and from everyone who has heard this story. You’ve touched us. You reminded us of the power of a simple act of kindness and remembrance. You are truly “Someone Who Cares.”